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  3. A strip wash won’t remove coating from trim. Coating from trim is difficult to work with honestly. Why are you trying to remove it? You can scrub with a mildly abrasive sponge and a lot of patience and it’ll come off. But it doesn’t guarantee it doesn’t mar the plastic.
  4. By microfiber, do you mean alcantara? If you do, it’s treated as suede with mild cleaners and soft brush (boars hair) agitation. It’ll take sone effort to get them clean as most women spread makeup residues and that causes some of the packing of the fibers.
  5. I like using the All purpose interior cleaning gel. If Im reading this correctly, you're saying its a microfiber steering wheel? If so, I may consider using Microfiber Revitalizer?
  6. My daughter has a 18 ZL1. The old man was cleaning the interior (it had been 6 months) and noticed how crappy the steering wheel looked. I tried a bit of soap and water and a Adams interior brush. It cleaned some of the wheel but in the thumb notches its was still very dirty. What chemical should I try to clean the stubborn spots on the wheel. The rest of the microfiber interior just needed a good brushing and vacuum attention.
  7. Can you catch your finger nail in any of them? If not I would use MF pad and HCC followed by Orange pad and CP. Take your time and go slow with slight pressure on your machine on 5 or 6.
  8. Hello everyone, New member from South San Diego in Cali. Thank you all for providing advice just from reading previous posts. Will be doing my first detail on my own next weekend. If anyone has any tips they’re highly appreciated! Thanks in advance.
  9. I know you have to polish out or use brilliant glaze with ceramic coatings on paint, but that doesn't seem like a good idea for black plastic trim. How can you remove it from trim? Does doing a strip wash remove it?
  10. Happy Veterans Day. On behalf of all of us at Adam's Polishes, thank you for your service and sacrifice!
  11. I tried all four steps of the Removal Methods but not really in the order listed. I used the detail spray with the clay and that wasn't effective. I also tried Vinegar but no luck. I used the Correcting Polish multiple times but it just was not coming off. (It did get smoother though, but still visible)
  12. I decided to be nice to the son-in-law today since between him and my daughter they are almost living at the restaurant being temporarily short two managers. The truck has CSC on it and today it was washed, dried with Ceramic Boost and then I went over it with Brilliant Glaze to make it pop. As painful as it is to do a non-red vehicle, the Ford Blue does look pretty good.
  13. Happy Veterans Day To All!
  14. I appreciate you doing that! There is no possible factor that could have made a difference in my application.
  15. Ouch - 58 here and heading for near 70. Unfortunately, the cold front is on the way and we're only expected to be 48 on Wednesday, which 10 degrees less than our normal January temps.
  16. Not only have I not switched entirely, I need to reorder some of the non-ceramic items. So far, I have 4 vehicles done with the ceramic line and five others that I maintain that are non-ceramic. That doesn't even count on the ones that show up from time to time. Also, there are plenty of non-vehicle uses for the non-ceramic products from washing vinyl fences, siding, screen rooms, appliances, etc., plus picking up quick wash jobs from the neighbors, coworkers and friends.
  17. Happy Veterans Days to all my fellow Veterans.
  18. 19 degrees and snowing here this morning. This is when I hit the coin op car wash and hand wash and hit the truck with H2G when drying once a month.
  19. Happy Veterans Day to all my brothers and sisters. Training warriors today, so what a better way to celebrate!!
  20. Happy Veteran's Day! 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸
  21. I have not replaced fully. I still really like Car Shampoo and Mega Foam... I also like Rinseless Wash alot, but I use Ceramic Waterless Wash very very often. It's one of my favorites. I use it as a waterless wash, I use it after a rinseless wash, and I use it as a drying aid after a normal bucket wash. You've got Ceramic Boost, and I would highly recommend Ceramic Waterless Wash, but I don't necessarily think it's vital for you to fully replace either of those products. Both are great and work well with ceramic coatings. All this to say, I don't think it's necessary to do a full discard and replace. Although, if are wanting to try out the new products, @falcaineer 's suggestion is a good one so you don't have to spend more money, just find somebody who is willing to do an even trade.
  22. Yes, I will bring this up to them at the HQ. Thanks for the additional info on conditions, etc. I apologize for the issues you've experienced.
  23. What else, if anything, did you try beyond the three things you mentioned?
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